I'd like to run two slide shows, each from a separate Bridge windows, each on a separate monitors.
Is that possible? If so, how can I do that?
Interesting idea but completely impossible with Bridge.
However, If you also have Lightroom (either one), you could run the photos through one screen and lightroom's other set of photos on the other.
The only thing you'd have to play with is the timing so that they end about the same time (if that's important to you).
Thank you. I'll try with Lightroom and Photoshop. I don't know what you mean by "Lightroom (either one)"
You'll have to use Lightroom and Bridge, Photoshop doesn't have a slideshow feature.
there are now two different versions of Lightroom, one is cloud based while Lightroom Classic is the original version and hard drive based.
Well, possibily if you have a laptop, theoretically you can start Bridge on your computer and on your laptop. That would be the way I can think of, but not on two separate screens connected to the same brain. In that case you already have gotten the best answer.
I like this idea. Thanks.
Can you use an application to create 2 slideshows, 2 files (2 pdf for example) and open 1 per screen?
Why do you need to limit yourself to an application like Bridge?
Have you tried to run 2 different versions of bridge? 2018 and 2020? What operating system do you use?
This is a very good advice too